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Valour Cross and Monte Cassino Cross group

Article about: Gentlemen I have just acquired this group that belonged to a Bronislaw Golas. This all comes together from his niece so I am assuming that the flashes, 2 Korpus and medals are correct but ho

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    thanks for the info,
    in fact my father has the Montecasino cross and the certificate also the Cross of Merits with swords and Army medal, also the British medals:1939-45 Star, Italy star, Defense medal the War medal 1939-45 , all in his possesion, in 2005 I received , my request, a statement of his military service ,
    there is a book very good wrote by Gen Anders \" Bez Ostatniego Rozdzialu\" , in spanish was translated in 2008 \"sin capitulo final\".

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    about the Montecassino cross #32354 show in the picture, I have nothing to say because my father received in 1947 the Cross with the certicate, in fact ,I am buying two replicas to give to the grandsons,

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    Quote by Amularski View Post
    about the Montecassino cross #32354 show in the picture, I have nothing to say because my father received in 1947 the Cross with the certicate, . . . ,
    From what I understand, your fatherís original cross is missing. Cross #32354 is not a known number used on copies / fakes, so thereís a very good probability that this cross in the possession of BDinExile is your fathers. Again, finding a missing MC cross is a remarkable occurrence. Iím hoping BDinExile chimes in here and is willing to post better pictures of this cross.

    Quote by Amularski View Post
    . . . there is a book very good wrote by Gen Anders \" Bez Ostatniego Rozdzialu\" , in spanish was translated in 2008 \"sin capitulo final\".
    Yes, a superb account and must read for anyone interested in the Polish Armed Forces in the West. The English translation is ďAn Army in ExileĒ.

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    Cheers,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    in fact, now I am trying to have the number in the rear of the cross from my father, he is 90 years old and is far from my residence, that is maybe something that nobody had never check, now I have a doubt about, in the war and after war time things could happen.. , after 60 years we still have surprises, as soon I have the number I will publish.
    from the book , is just the real percurso that my father did starting the prison until the after war time, his father was the Capt.Franciszek Mularski they met at Kara Su ( Hindokush)( He remember that name but I did not find the exact place)

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    Hello Amularski,

    I have gone through the Rocznik Oficerski for 1923, 1924, 1928, 1932 and was able to find the following information on Franciszek Mularski.

    Promoted to Porucznik (Lieutenant) 1st July 1919, date of Birth: 22nd October 1896, he was an Administration Officer who in 1928 to 1932 served with the 5 Pulk Piechoty Leglonow (5th Legion Infantry Regiment).

    I hope that the above is of some interest and use.

    Best wishes

    Andrzejku

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    in 1939 Franciszek Mularski was POW in Lituania, deported and join the II Army, served at Kuibyshev, Teheran, Bagdag, Rechovod, Cairo from where went to England where finish his story at East Everleigh 1947.

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    I want to show some photos...how is the procedure?

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    Quote by Amularski View Post
    I want to show some photos...how is the procedure?
    Hello Amularski,

    This will help:

    New picture posting feature - How to guide !

    Cheers,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    hello!
    one photo is my grandfather's tomb in UK, second photo is the certificate for the Montecassino Cross for Zdzislaw Mularski

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    Hello Amularski,

    I found the following which I thought you might like to see Death entry for Franciszek Mularski in 1948

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    Best wishes

    Andrzejku

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